CHESTERTON | Mixed media artist Lisa Nordstrom's work will be featured in the "Lost and Found ... Repurposed" exhibit at the Chesterton Art Center beginning Dec. 2 until the end of the year.
The opening reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2.
Nordstrom is the owner of Art Gecko, a gallery located in Oak Park, Ill. She is known for her sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical mixed media constructions that often tell stories, reflect on the human condition and relay the wonders and worries of life's situations. Most of her work is in the collage/assemblage genre — what she's come to call "gatherings" — with many pieces in private collections. She has exhibited at art fairs and several galleries in the Chicago area and is a member of the Chicago Artists' Coalition and the Oak Park Area Arts Council.
Her exhibit will include 24 wall assemblage pieces, along with a number of ornaments and jewelry.
For more information about Lisa's show, contact the Chesterton Art Center at (219) 926-4711 or visit www.chestertonart.com. The Chesterton Art Center is located at 115 S. 4th St.